Fight Your Medical Insurance Nightmares
I have worked in billing offices for twenty-five years. In part, I have written this book to educate consumers on optional ways to deal with insurance companies when disputes arise.Obviously, you want your insurance to pay your medical bills. It’s that simple. But! In reality, it’s not that simple. Medicare is confusing. Do you know what part A B C D means? Do you know how insurance works? More
Linda Meckler wrote an Appeal Letter to my medical insurance company for me. The result was $26,000 was written off. I never had to pay a penny.
Mr. and Mrs. Foster
San Diego, CA
The medical insurance system is complex and overwhelming. You feel powerless. I have been a Medical Provider and of course a consumer. In both these roles, I would have benefitted from all the information included in this book. Armed with this book which is easy to read and understand and the format for actual letters that you can write, you gain the courage to change the things you can. The vocabulary is important to know and to be able to use with the medical staff you will be confronting.
On a personal level, Linda single-handedly got me through the maze required to get me set up with social security, Medicare parts A, B, and D, and secondary insurance plans when I became disabled. Her wealth of experience needed to be shared and this book enables her to do that. We are lucky to have her on our side.
Dena Slonaker OTR/L, MSEd,
Simi Valley, CA
Appealing your denied medical claim is a lot more successful when you know how to write to the insurance company! From 25 plus years of experience in the medical field, Linda Meckler shares what you must say. This book will get the results you want in most situations where an insurance company has wrongfully denied payment.
Shirley Ann Parker
Discoveries: A Journey Through Life
I just finished your book and it's great! I wish something like this had been written years ago! It's the way you put things in "people" language and not some jargon I can't understand! I especially appreciate the formats for writing letters. I never know how to even start! Thank you, thank you. I will take six books.
Carolyn Kloss, La Mesa, CA
When facing insurance company paperwork and what it means, you need Linda Meckler's helpful book.
She provides personal testimonies to support what she is saying and guides you through the maze.
Even if you don't have medical insurance, you will face paperwork that requires a thorough understanding before you sign anything.
She covers that too. I recommend you have this handy book nearby.
John Wolf, author/educator
JohnWolfBooks.com Author of “Fantastic Tales” http://johnwolfbooks.com, http://foxandquill.com.
As a retired professional educator of High School and College Level Teaching and having read Linda’s book on Fight Your Medical Insurance Nightmares (let me show you how), I picked up a lot of good tips and information.
One of the main reasons of enjoying the book other than the context of information was the ease-ability of understanding the complexities of the insurance business. I recommend this book to everyone who deals with Medical Insurance Companies. They should definitely have a copy of this book and read it!
C. E. Ruzicka
San Diego, CA BS. ADM.
2 MA Degrees. Law, Finance, and Accounting.
For anyone having difficulties in getting your medical bills paid by your insurer, you should be able to find the answers in this book. It is clear and concise, has many examples of form letters that ask all the right questions, and space for you to insert all required information. This is a gem of a handbook to have at your disposal, and win your case!
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